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Year in Review 2018

Thank you for your trust in us. Thank you for your continued support. Thank you for being our partner on this journey to eliminate toxic chemicals and radiation linked to breast cancer. Our BCPP Bulletin gives you the details on our most memorable feats of the year....

BCPP’s Red List of Chemicals of Concern

At a Glance BCPP’s Red List serves as the basis for a restricted substances list of chemicals that a brand, company or manufacturer prohibits or restricts from use in their beauty, personal care, or cleaning products. The adoption of such a list of restricted...

National Cosmetic Safety Reform

At a Glance The outdated U.S. law governing personal care and beauty products allows chemicals linked to cancer, birth defects, hormone disruption, learning disabilities, and reproductive harm in the products we use every day. The Safe Cosmetics and Personal Care...

State of the Evidence 2017

At a Glance Background: In this “State of the Evidence” review, published in the journal Environmental Health, we examine the continually expanding and increasingly compelling data linking radiation and various chemicals in our environment to the current...

L’Oreal: No More Cancer Chemicals in Cosmetics

At a Glance Since 2014, the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, a project of BCPP, has been asking L’Orèal to make a public commitment to eliminate carcinogens from its personal care products and cosmetics. In July, 2017, representatives from BCPP’s Campaign for...

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